View Full Version : Football Manager 2009 Uses New Copy Protection

11-12-08, 07:44 PM
With Football Manager 2009 Sports Interactive's sports simulation franchise, known in North America as Worldwide Soccer Manager, is finally making the move to 3D with a new match engine. FM2009 will use a new activation based copy protection developed by Uniloc, giving users multiple licenses, not require the disc to play the game, and the protection software is completely removed if you choose to on uninstall, nor are there any blacklists, or hidden drivers stopping other applications from running.

Hmm i dont know what to make of this as is still installs a protection software in the system while the game is there.

11-12-08, 07:47 PM
The champ man/Football manager series are getting a bit long in the tooth now. Yawn.

11-13-08, 08:39 AM
Yeah like OMG. WHO ACTUALLY PLAYS THIS, AND ENJOYS THEMSELVES.???????:headexplode::thumbdwn: